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suspects -- they fired shots. the neighbor wasn't armed so the shots came from the suspect. they struck the neighbor and the neighbor taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. they then took off in an unknown vehicle. police have been here some time and have no suspect description at this time so they're looking for armed individuals at this point in time. the neighbor fortunately nonlife threatening injuries. life in lakewood, jamie leary, cbs4 news. tomorrow there are new rules for pot packaging. shawn chitnis is live at the state capital with a closer look. 0. >> reporter: good morning, the goal is to avoid having any children from accidentally eating a piece of marijuana
for candy or a treat. these new guidelines will help in getting that situation to change. they're going to be guidelines for medical and recreational marijuana both a universal logo placed on these edible products so parents and others in the area can quickly realize this is something children should not be eating. so in addition to the universal logo there's other guidelines for the packaging that needs to well as keep out of reach of children. also you won't be able to have candy or candies on the label unless the maker of that edible actually has the word "candy" as part of their brand name and one other step they're taking, in addition to having that universal symbol on the packaging, they hope it will
so these new guidelines take into effect tomorrow for manufactures and they will be making the products and retail stores won't be able to sell a product without this labelling after december 1st. former israeli president shimon peres has now been laid to rest. world leaders including president obama and bill clinton atened . thousands of statesmen and dignitaries honored the life and work of former israeli president shimon peres who died wednesday at age 93. it was a state funeral fitting for a man held as a champion of peace. >> he lived a life of purpose. he soared to incredible heights. >> president obama came to
delegation that included former president bill clinton. clinton helped perez and former prime minister with a peace deal in 1993. >> he lived 93 years in a state of constant wonder. >> reporter: current pal teen teen estinian president says dee offers, he attended the funeral to honor his cause. he held nearly every single off in israel including president and prime minister. his final resting place is at a jerusalem cemetery. .
5:34 on a friday morning, let's get a check of weather and traffic every ten minutes on the 4's. good morning, rain to start the day and starting to ease up a bit. some in the foothills this morning to the south and east side of town as you head towards idaho springs, there's a little rain and as we head up towards walden close to fort collins a bit of rain as well and a bit on the western side of the state. a little near glenwood springs and craig. looking at futurecast we may have rain in denver and a shower or two this morning but a better chance comes later this afternoon and evening. by 2:00, more showers in denver and we could have some stick around into the evening hours and south of denver, a better chance of that and overnight tonight this will clear. kids at the bus stop, maybe a sprinkle or two. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s so fairly nice temperatures. let's check in with joel.
coming to town. it's loading up. look at this pocket of volume from our cbs4 mousetrap cam. speeds looking great into the 60s as you get past u.s. 30. nine minutes from thornton to denver. here we are across the denver metro area. a new trouble spot popping up at i-270. not seeing delays from that so hopefully it's off to the shoulder. breaking news from overnight. lakewood police responded to a stabbing at an complex on bellevue and galpego street. the victim is expected to be okay. police do not have a clear description of a suspect. the family members of two sisters found dead at a very exclusive island resort in seychelles are still waiting for autopsy results.
was with her sister on a vacation of a lifetime. they were found unresponsive in their bed overnight after a night of drinking. the engineer of the hoboken platform in new jersey. one woman is dead and several hundreds injured. they will be pulling the event recorder to get more information about the speed and braking and other factors in the trash. witnesses say the train never slowed down and launched off the track into the station. >> the whole place shook. >> it was chaos.
34-year old. the new jersey station hasn't installed positive train control which is a safety system combining computers and monitors to stop the train from derailing. congress required the technology to be installed by at a key bank location, take a look at these surveillance shots. he's a white man in his mid twenties about 5'6" around 180 pounds. he has facial hair and if you see this man please give police a call.
aurora. dave aguilera paid them a visit yesterday with balloons. they learned how a forecast is made and how they can become junior weather watchers. dave's tornado machine was a big hit. thanks to the teacher for shooting this video. >> i like his funky dave moves. >> funny to watch dave put it all together. >> lauren gets ready to trade mornings for nights. >> i have gotten to work for you for three years. >> i'm not leighing the station, just moving to the night shift. starting on monday i'll see you at a different time slot. i love everyone here on the morning shift and we're like family but i'm excited to move tonight shift and you can see
we'll be forecasting and chris spears in the mobile weather lab. so it's really going to be a new adventure and i'm excited about it. so big changes heading our way in the weather department. not going anywhere. i know i will get e-mails of people not wondering where i am in colorado. i have been in the morning weather shift for nine years. >> a lot of alarm clocks. >> i have a lot of tricks for waki e life now. >> i know, i don't know what it's like to stay up until 10:00 at night. >> you'll be so great and we wish you the best and we will miss you here. we're getting ash to ton in the morning. >> yeah, he's an amazing meteorologist and has lots of great stuff to bring you.
alarm clock. >> i'll still be up to watch you guys. >> we'll be right back. washington is broken. a blatant case of special interests buying influence in washington. a draft bill by scott tipton was largely written by tipton's biggest campaign contributor. thousands of recreation industry jobs. gail schwartz will protect colorado's public lands, jobs, and our rural way of life. gail schwartz -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
i first met mike on a fundraising event to help the hunger in ethiopia. i was an aurora scholar this year. at his birthday party. mike is a very nice guy. he's a really nice guy. he can do 62 pushups. mike is a great friend to the ethiopian community. mike's not like other politicians. he's not like other republicans. i think he's better. mike's one of us. he's one of us. mike coffman es uno de nosotros. mike is one of us. i'm mike coffman,
which officials say is concerning because the group is among those at risk for flu complications. around 170 million doses will be available this year. one in eight working age adults in the united states have a disability according to a new cdc report. fewer than half of these 22 million people with disabilities are either working or looking for work. among working age adults who are in the labor force those with a disability are compared with people without disabilities. high indoor temperatures appear to worsen the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease also known as copd. researches say it's mrrly bad in homes with high levels of air pollutants. great surprise for kids at children's hospital yesterday.
and captain america. other heroes repelled from the roof of the hospital while excited children in their rooms watched. the men and women behind the masks were members of the aurora swat team. >> i think they have a lot in common. it's great for the kids to look up to them. they are all tough and resilient and when they get knocked down, they get right back up. >> love those superheroes. that's saw many. that's awesome. the third ye joel, we have something at i-70? yeah, it's a mess out there. westbound i-70 completely shut down. we hear from c-dot there's an accident causing this. it's shut down all the way to monaco. copter4 has launched early this morning heading over there to give us pictures. let me show you the back ups forming and looks like police are beginning to insert
in the back up. i would get off the highway earlier at colfax which is an alternate. maybe you can head northbound along colorado. a tough drive this morning coming out of aurora into denver this morning westbound along i-seven o. here we are across the denver metro area. closure of mississippi to the east of santa fe out to broadway. southbound coming into town lauren, slowing is typical this time of day as it's st 120th out to i-70, 12 minutes. rain on the satellite and radar in the foothills now starting to clear from parts of the western slope and here across the front range and eastern plains, mainly on the cloudy side. not as much sunshine to start the day. as you head towards the foothills up towards red feather lakes and walden also a little bit near fort collins, rain and some higher elevations
area and steamboat springs towards glenwood springs rain this morning. we're still tapping into the subtropical moisture flow we have been talking about. rain in parts of new mexico and el pass paso. maybe a pop or two of rain in denver. it gets more widespread so if you're on i-70 and in the mountains you may get more at p through maybe if you have date night or kids have the a football game, there's a chance for rain to roll on through. skies clear overnight tonight and clouds tomorrow morning. tomorrow a chance for rain mainly on the isolated side. south of denver you pick up more. for the most part you look to stay on the dry side. 60 degrees in denver and 54 in greeley and 47 in burlington and 42 in leadville and 53 in
highs for today, 79 in denver and 75 out in burlington. 66 in steamboat and 64 in aspen and 72 in grand junction. tomorrow we're heading into the 70s once again. nice and mild on sunday and monday but watching bigger changes on tuesday. mountain snow possible down to the 60s and maybe only in the 50s on wednesday. another road game for the broncos. you can see it he 2:00. >> they take on the buccaneers looking to stay undefeated. good morning, von miller the afc defensive player of the month gets a little stronger. up next for von miller and the broncos defense is jameis winston, the tampa bay buccaneers quarterback is the third quarterback who is the number one pick of the draft that the broncos have faced this season. winston is coming off a 400-
buccaneers offense. there's been six games where a quarterback has attempted 50 passes and winston has two of them. the broncos are the second in the league with 12 sacks and if they get to winston like they did cam newton and andrew luck, they will likely leave with a win just tremendous talent. average throwing is like 46 times a game. that's a lot of throws but he's not going down he is hard to tackle and hard to handle so he can make plays off schedule. a big time talent and put up big numbers. . >> reporter: his main target this season has been mike evans, a 6'5" wide receiver. some other things to look for this sunday, broncos quarterback trevor siemian coming off his first 300-yard game and may have a chance for
the buccaneers gave up two 40 plus yard touchdown to the rams last week. also look for hargraves who is young and agres i-which means he tends to bite on play action and how big would a 4-0 start for the broncos? if they leave tampa with a win, it's the 9th time they started a season 4-0. they went to the playoffs seven times and went to the super bowl six wins. >> those facts are outstanding to know. one thing i feel like we have noticed is the defense seems to really come alive in the fourth quarter. why do you think that is? >> so true, britt. we're starting to see a pattern. offense is doing max protect for their quarterback so they're loading everyone up front to contain von miller so he's getting double team so there's only two receivers going down field against the best secondary in the league.
plays and what happens the offensive on the opposing team starts to fall behind and open the offense and the broncos let loose. so all their interceptions and touchdowns have come in the defense in the fourth quarter because of this. >> we'll take it. >> i wonder also about the weather which is a factor this weekend. tampa could have showers and we're talking about a game that's 4:00 in the afternoon eastern and that's when florida gets the storms. trevor siemian is throwing a wet ball maybe and it could be windy. what does that mean? >> it changes everything. going to see more in the run game because the ball is wet and coming out loose and harder for the receivers to catch so it could change up the game plan especially after we saw trevor siemian blow up last week. if it rains that could definitely change this week. >> let's hope it's not wildly humid. that's never fun. you say it's going to happen? >> can't get away from that
bean. you can hear more from her on denver sports 760. we'll be back. a traffic alert now we're following this morning. copter4 arriving over westbound i-70 and we're just hearing from denver police that one person has serious injuries and they're asking folks to take an alternate route. they are turning around cars on that ramp. the latest at cbs4 news in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. they've spread falsehoods about president obama. trump: oh, no. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not.
watch this for folks causing huge delays out of aurora this morning. at least the weather is nice. cloudy in denver and rain on the west side of town and as you head into the foothills starting to break up as you head to the west. still pumping into the subtropical moisture heading in our direction so the po feshl terrible potential for rain. we co throughout the evening so if you're making plans to be outside know there's a chance of rain out there. just some showers rolling through and an isolated thunderstorms. 53 in craig and meeker and avon and aspen. 60 in denver and 55 in fort collins and for the bus stop, a few more clouds out there and maybe a sprinkle and temperatures are mild. let's check in with britt. good morning, a nice relief to get the rain. the tulsa officer accused of
expected to be arraigned today. attorneys say she will plead not to first degree manslaughter after killing ter residence crusher. police video shows him with his hands up walking away from officers. shelby says she feared for her life. a judge will decide if there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial. some people say they're seeing too many outside of orlando, florida. a man who owned a bike shop saw some hanging out. they were once a protected species and now they have flourished like crazy. one women went out on the lake to see for herself. >> the one we seen, it was about 12-foot, between 10 and 12-foot. we were 15-foot from him and i was terrified.
getting scared, let's go. >> yeah, let's go. florida wildlife officers aren't doing much. it's just florida. >> that looks like geese at city park. >> only geese that could eat you. still ahead, cbs4 news today. early morning gun fire in a lakewood neighborhood injures a good samaritan trying to stop crime in progress. the world says good buy to three teenager s on the run
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we are live in the lakewood neighborhood where this shoot k ing happened. i took great pleasure in my friendship with this older, wiser man. president obama remembers the former leader as world leaders attend his funeral today. questions into the hobo mother. safety advocates ask if technology could have prevented this tragedy. good morning, i'm alan gionet. >> and i'm britt moreno. thanks for joining us. breaking news that could reroute your morning drive. >> a bad crash this morning and you see a big back up i-70 closed at quebec. joel is on it now oofrments yeah, you see the headlights